Black Voters Break Silence On MSNBC: ‘We’re Broke With Biden’… Discuss Their Support Of Trump

(Rallying Patriots) – Liberal news network MSNBC made the decision this week to host a conversation concerning former President Donald Trump with black male voters hailing from Charleston, South Carolina. They likely regretted it almost immediately after a few of them revealed they would be voting for Trump. You love to see this.

There’s little doubt that producers working for the network thought this was going to be a big bash fest of Trump, but it turned out to be the opposite. That had to chap their backsides just a little bit. Nothing makes a progressive angrier than black men who refuse to be Democratic Party puppets and think through the issues for themselves.

“The discussion occurred at a barbershop where MSNBC correspondent Trymaine Lee asked barbers and customers alike what Trump’s ‘appeal’ is among them,” BizPac Review reported.

Several responded by saying, “Money.”

“I mean, Donald Trump has a reputation of being the money man, so,” one of the interviewed men, Anthony Freeman, stated.

Another individual interviewed was Thomas Murray, who commented that he’s really impressed by Trump’s business success and experience.

“I just think that Donald Trump, in spite of all the craziness he may have in his head, reading some of the things that he talks about with business, I can kind of agree with as far as business-wise, because I’m trying to grow my business,” he explained.

“As far as Biden, I haven’t seen Biden really care about business like that. And my concern is having my business so that I can build generational wealth, so my kids can see and have something to take upon when I’m not here,” he continued.

This is exactly the kind of mindset that you need to have in order to be successful and set your children up with a bright future. I hope more men and women catch hold of Murray’s way of thinking. Our nation would be all the better for it.

“He made a terrific point about current President Joe Biden’s apathy — if not distaste — for small and large businesses alike. There’s a reason why the president’s approval rating among small business owners hit a new low late last year,” BPR said.

“Since the president took office, his administration has passed or proposed rules to increase minimum and overtime wages, reclassify more independent contractors as employees, make it easier for unions to organize, mandate minimum wages and paid time off for government contractors and make it easier for employees to sue employers for their colleagues’ behavior both in and out of the office,” small business consultant Gene Marks penned in a column written last year for The Hill.

“All of these regulations — and countless others expanding the reach of government agencies from environmental to agriculture to safety — place hurdles in the way of small businesses growing and succeeding,” he added later in the piece.

Juston Brown, who was also interviewed by MSNBC, pointed out that there are many people who want to be like the former president.

“A lot of people admire the persona and they want to be him,” he told the network. “They want to enjoy the perks that he has. He seems to always be able to circumvent the rules.”

The last individual to share their thoughts during the interview was Kinard Givens, who divulged that when it comes to his friends, choosing between Trump and Biden is easy.

“A lot of my friends we’ve only voted once, and Trump is kind of all we know — Trump and Biden. And they’re like, ‘Well, we were broke with Biden. We weren’t with Trump,’” he remarked.

“And that’s kind of the only thing that I’m hearing over and over again is that, ‘with Trump, we had money,’” he continued.

Let’s take a look at how Biden is impacting those who are attempting to build a small business.

“The Biden administration is quietly stepping up its war on small businesses through a series of new labor rules that make entrepreneurship more difficult and, in some cases, illegal,” the Washington Examiner noted in a report published back in October 2023.

“Last week, the National Labor Relations Board announced a new joint employer rule that reduces franchising and contracting opportunities. This is in addition to a rule the Department of Labor is about to finalize that would ban many forms of freelancing and independent contracting,” the publication pointed out.

The hold the Democratic Party has had on the black community is beginning to slip. Folks are waking up to reality. Leftists have promised them the world and failed to deliver on any of it, increasing their woes and sufferings rather than providing relief. It’s time to try something different. Trump is a complete departure from everything the left stands for and that looks attractive to those sick of the status quo.

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